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Ask the nutritionist: “I skip meals sometimes because my schedule is so busy. Is...

A nutritionist discusses what happens to your body when you skip meals.
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Fuel your morning with these easy and healthy breakfast ideas

Rate this article and enter to winLeftover birthday cake, Apple Jacks®, or the last strawberry that isn’t growing hair—you may feel like this is all you have time for in the morning. With a...
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Ask the nutritionist: “How do you manage a healthy diet when you’re constantly busy?”

—Laura T., University of New Brunswick, Fredericton and Saint John, Canada Eating well can feel stressful when juggling multiple priorities like studying, socializing, work, extracurricular activities, and family. The key is making nourishment a way...
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Five 5-ingredient mug meals—in 5 minutes or less

Rate this article and enter to winCooking for one isn’t always easy. Maybe you don’t have access to an oven, you’re too busy scrambling to get your physics homework done to even think about...
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Let’s get cooking: 4 basic techniques you need to know

Rate this article and enter to winEnjoying simple, tasty meals in a dorm or apartment is more manageable than you might think. The best part is, you don’t need anything fancy to make it...
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What’s the right number of meals for you?: Discover how food frequency affects your...

Rate this article and enter to winFor the last 12 years, you’ve probably had someone telling you when to eat. Someone made you eat before you went to school, or they at least threw...
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How to eat well in hectic times

Rate this article and enter to winEating healthfully is a lot easier when things are slow-paced. But when is the life of a college student mellow?Busy days with irregular schedules can make sitting down...
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Drooping in Your Soup?

Feel tired after a big meal? Some believe this is because of the amino acid tryptophan, found in turkey, milk, peanut butter, and soy products, among other foods.But you don’t get enough tryptophan through...